After breaking though the $82 a barrel mark yesterday, oil futures fell 68 cents to $80.69 a barrel in New York this morning.
“It is becoming almost imperative to trade the commodity markets from the perspective of the dollar these days, as nothing else seems to count for very much,” MF Global wrote in a research note.
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